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BS Civil Engineering Courses

The curriculum requires the completion of 132 hours of course work in the subject areas listed below. The average course load is 15-18 hours based on eight semesters to completion. The Civil Engineering Curriculum can also be viewed as a flowchart. The degree requirements can be summarized as:

General Education Requirements - 44 credit hours

ENG 103 English Composition I
ENG 133 Technical Communication
SP 203 Effective Speaking
CH 104 General Chemistry I and Lab
CH 114 General Chemistry II and Lab
PH 224 Physics I and Lab
MA 134 Calculus I
MA 164 Calculus II
MA 213 Calculus III
Humanities Electives - 6 credit hours
Social Sciences Electives - 6 credit hours

Program Requirements - 88 credit hours

GE 101 Introduction to Engineering
GE 401 Professional Practice
EGR 152 Engineering Graphics
MA 233 Differential Equations
MA 393 Probability and Statistics
ES 213 Statics
ES 223 Dynamics
ES 243 Solid Mechanics
ES 323 Fluid Mechanics
ES 382 Engineering Economics
CE 1023 Engineering Math
CE 2001 Basic Surveying Lab
CE 2003 Basic Surveying
CE 3101 Environmental Engineering Lab
CE 3103 Environmental Engineering 
CE 3201 Civil Engineering Materials Lab
CE 3203 Civil Engineering Materials
CE 3301 Hydraulics Lab
CE 3303 Hydraulics
CE 3501 Structural Analysis Lab
CE 3503 Structural Analysis I
CE 3521 Structural Design Lab
CE 3523 Structural Design I
CE 3603 Transportation Engineering
CE 3701 Soil Mechanics Lab
CE 3703 Soil Mechanics
CE 3903 Introduction to Site Development
CE 4911 Civil and Environmental Engineering Design Workshop
CE 4912 Civil and Environmental Engineering Design Seminar
CE 4913 Civil and Environmental Engineering Design
Civil Engineering In-Depth Electives - 9 credit hours
Business Elective - 3 credit hours
Science Elective - 3 credit hours
Professional Development Electives - 6 credit hours

Civil Engineering Curriculum flowchart

Student Flowchart

For a complete description of the above requirements, please go to the Course Catalog.